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Radio Farda: School arson in Sydney has put the MKO in the spotlight and everybody refers to it as guilty in this case.
Radio Farda: School arson in Sydney has put the MKO in the spotlight and everybody refers to it as guilty in this case. Australian Police announced that it is investigating the event which is been said that was done by Mojahedin-e khalq. The investigations are ongoing while the workers of the school say they had received threatening phone calls from people who introduced themselves as the members of Mojahedin-e khalq. Mr. Olivier Litvine, the principal of the school, says: "in this even which happened on Saturday night, nobody was injured but there was damage to properties." We start our work again and don’t care to these kind of revenges, he added. Mr. Litvine said: "setting a school to fire is shameful." "Police is investigating the people who claim this has been done by MKO members." He said that Police has asked him not to talk on phone. He referred to the report of Daily Telegraph which wrote: "telephone calls were of political motives and they were made by MKO members." If these claims are proved, it shows that the offices of Mojahedin are going to be closed in France and specially in Paris, where Mojahedin were trying to change to their headquarters.

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